5 Stunning Reasons To Visit The Valley of Flowers This Season! | HolidayIQ Blog

5 Stunning Reasons To Visit The Valley of Flowers This Season!

5 Stunning Reasons To Visit The Valley of Flowers This Season! Wikimedia commons

As you set foot in Uttarakhand, you are surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks that are sure to grab your attention. However, at the Valley of Flowers, what is around you and beneath your feet is something that will never go unnoticed. A burst of colour from hundreds of alpine flowers is one of Uttarakhand's simplest joys. These flowers typically bloom from May to September. Make sure you experience them as HolidayIQ travellers tell you what not to miss.


1. Valley of flowers National park - Dive into a riot of colors at the natural botanical garden

Valley of flowers National park - Dive into a riot of colors at the natural botanical garden Share source: Shutterstock

HolidayIQ traveller Yogini Patil says The faraway glaciers, lush mountains, clouds shadowing the ground, glacial streams, and the valley dotted with plenty of flowers is quite a view.


2. Pushpawati River - View the picturesque setting of foamy white river gushing through the green valley

Pushpawati River - View the picturesque setting of foamy white river gushing through the green valley Share source: Shutterstock

HolidayIQ traveller Parth Sabharwal says “Pushpawati river flows winding through the dark valleys of the mountains of Uttarakhand and flows through the valley of flowers. It is quite a spectacle to behold.”

3. Nanda Devi National park - Catch a glimpse of the snow leopard

Nanda Devi National park - Catch a glimpse of the snow leopard Share source: Unsplash.com

HolidayIQ traveller Donarun Das says “The national park houses the famed Valley of flowers, as well as an occasional snow leopard. The park is best visited from July to September when the flowers are in full bloom.”


4. Ghangaria - Halt at this picture perfect little hamlet

Ghangaria - Halt at this picture perfect little hamlet Share source: Wikimedia Commons

HolidayIQ traveller Aishwarya Nayak says “We spent a night at this tiny hamlet on our way to the valley of flowers. It is the last place where you can find human habitation before on the way to Hemkund Sahib and valley of flowers.”


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5. Bedini Bugyal - Soak yourself in the greenery of this scenic meadow

Bedini Bugyal - Soak yourself in the greenery of this scenic meadow Share source: Gaurav K for Unsplash.com

HolidayIQ traveller Apoorva Somaiah says “One must visit this lush green alpine meadow while going to see the valley of flowers. The Trisul and Nanda Ghunti are clearly visible from here.”


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